Electronic Resources

Web-based resources make connecting to what you want easy.  The MFPL has a fantastic collection of high-quality electronic resources for both research and entertainment. Please take time to explore our array and if you have any questions, please speak with one of our librarians.

Some services might not automatically authenticate you if your are on WiFi, using cellular data or are connected from outside of the library.  Be sure to have your Millburn Library card number ready in order to connect in these instances. 


E-books, magazines, downloadable content & more...

Acorn TV

Stream your favorite British TV
programs with your MFPL card.


eBCCLS OverDrive

Download eBooks with your MFPL card.

Get the Libby app to use on your phone or tablet.



Download eBooks & audiobooks
hoopla is back for MFPL cardholders!
Stream movies, TV, music & more with your Millburn Library card.  Always available, never a waiting list!


Audiobooks from Recorded Books

RB Digital -- 3 in 1

Acorn TV - British TV & films
- Thousands of films
Great Courses- Lectures on many topics


Top 100 magazines, electronically
(Formerly known as Zinio)



Online Learning
Online classes, tutorials, foreign languages and more...

Educational videos to improve your software, creative and business skills. 


Learn a new language today!


Start learning a new language today!
Over 500 continuing ed courses

Other Research
Genealogy, business research, general databases, news, finance and more...

Genealogy at your fingertips.
In-library access only.

Millions of rights-cleared images

This shortcut works in-library only.  If you're not in the library, use EbscoHost (below). 
Full text from 1991 - present.


Search NJ Businesses

Thousands of articles & more


An array of databases organized by subject.

Encyclopaedia Britannica

Reliable and convenient!


Genealogy just a click away!

Biographies, literary research & news
Articles & info on dozens of topics 


Up-to-the-minute access to NYTimes.com.  Includes 1851-1922 and 1981 - current.  For additional historical research, use ProQuest New York Times. (see below)


Next Reads

Subscribe to NextReads and get reading lists delivered right to your inbox!

Sign-up is easy!


Reading recommendations and more.


Full text back to 1851.


Addresses, phone numbers, data and more!

      (Access via JerseyClicks above)


Value Line
Premier investment info!